An inspiring project with an aim to change the lives of hardworking and dedicated farmers of Mexico has been launched on Kickstarter to raise funds and support. The project aims to bring farmers and artisan food producers together with conscious consumers who care about what they eat as the products are grown and produced without any chemicals. The creators of this project also aim at preserving the traditional Mexican farming techniques and they are welcoming everyone to help them in raising funds on Kickstarter.
Following are the primary aims and objectives of this inspiring project:
Payment of fair prices for the products generated by farmers.
Preservation of artisan production techniques in Mexico.
Elimination of river pollution.
Generation of a better quality of life.
Growth of local economy.
Preservation of the biodiversity of fruits and vegetables.
Elimination of the chemical use in farming.
Respecting the natural cycle of growth in Mexico.
From helping farmers in sowing and harvesting to the proper knowledge of cattle management, this project will play a great role in raising awareness to change an entire industry of agriculture and livestock in Mexico. Moreover, it will help in creating more jobs and business opportunities for the people associated with Mexican agricultural industry in the long run.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at:
www.kickstarter.com/projects/2002437890/preserve-and-extend-the-market-of-mexican-local-fa and supporters who will make pledges and donations to this project will get several amazing rewards for their pledges. More details are available on the Kickstarter campaign page of the project.
About This Project
This inspiring crowdfunding campaign has been launched to change the lives and lifestyles of dedicated Mexican farmers. It simply aims at using technologically sophisticated tools to help these farmers in expanding their reach in today’s competing market. The creators of this project are therefore welcoming everyone for generous support.
Company Name: Mexican local farmers
Contact Person: Areli Gallaga
City: Mexico City